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    Forum move to vBulletin completed

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    Everything works pretty well.
    Also the password reset is working as it should.

    The forum is more readable now, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rxshorty View Post
    Everything works pretty well.
    Also the password reset is working as it should.

    The forum is more readable now, thanks!
    Thanks rxshorty, I am happy to hear that you like the new forums.
    We have some other improvements planned in order to improve the readability of the forums, stay tuned!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominique View Post
    We have some other improvements planned in order to improve the readability of the forums, stay tuned!
    One thing I would really like to see is an RSS/Atom Feed for postings.

    Cheers
    Thomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdeklein View Post
    One thing I would really like to see is an RSS/Atom Feed for postings.

    Cheers
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    Done:
    RSS1: https://forums.zarafa.com/external.php?type=RSS1
    RSS2: https://forums.zarafa.com/external.php?type=RSS2
    XML: https://forums.zarafa.com/external.php?type=XML

    Above will show the first post in the thread by default.

    You can append &lastpost=1 to the end of the URL to show last posts.
    E.g. https://forums.zarafa.com/external.p...SS2&lastpost=1

    You may also add &forumids=X to specify a certain forum section only.


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    Thank you very much!

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    Can't search for "Mac" or "EWS". This is too short

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledgehammer89 View Post
    Can't search for "Mac" or "EWS". This is too short
    Simply search for Mac*
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    Is it possible to see the list of new (or unread) topics since the last visit regardless of the section?

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    Just try the "New Posts" link in the navigation above. Also you could use this link: https://forums.zarafa.com/search.php...e=vBForum_Post
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